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meteorologist john cessarich. here he is. john, this is no night to be out, unless you must. john: absolutely. in fact, the snow will start to taper off tomorrow morning. a couple flurries left over for the upstate, but as far as advisories and warnings, winter weather advisory for the mountains until 6:00 tomorrow morning. winter storm warning against them -- the western slopes in east tennessee. into the canton-rome area, scattered flurries in atlanta. winter weather advisory to a dusting for another inch possible the mountains, running until 10:00 tomorrow morning. talking about the dangerous cold, wind chill advisory overnight tonight all the way until 10:00 in the morning thursday for the north georgia mountains. chill advisory until noon tomorrow, and then it will be written -- reissued tomorrow and run through thursday morning. take a look at temperatures.
most of the snow showers confined to the north carolina-tennessee line. your wake-up weather looks like this. talking wind chills of 15 to eight degrees, and below zero in stay warm. now back to you. >> we are going to start winning again. we don't win any more as a country. we don't win on trade. we don't win with the military. we can't beat isis. we don't win with anything. we are going to start winning again, and we're going to win so much. you're going to be so happy. we are going to make america so great again, maybe greater than ever before. i love you all. michael: commitment 2016 donald , trump takes new hampshire, winning the republican presidential primary. carol: with 65 precincts reporting, trump got 34% of the but the polls didn't see this coming. john kasich came in second, with
the attention quickly turned to the race for third. ted cruz snatched that with 12%. jeb bush, 11%. michael: marco rubio with 10%. the latest tracking poll had him tied for second. chris christie at eight percent, carly fiorina at 2%. carol: ben carson at 2%, jim gilmore at zero. >> together, we have sent the message that will echo, from wall street to washington, from maine to california. [applause] >> and that is that the government of our great country belongs to all of the people. michael: there is your winner on the democratic side. vermont senator bernie sanders, declared the winner of the new hampshire democratic primary. he had polled strongly in new hampshire over hillary clinton. carol: with 10% of results in,
with nearly 70 precincts clinton with 39%. michael: we now go to wyff news 4's sally kidd, who's in manchester with the latest. sally: the stakes were highest for trump, who needed a win after a second lace finish in iowa. >> wow. sallly: republican donalaltrump, the winner. >> i am going to be the greatest jobs president that god ever created. sally: early exit polls showed his outsider status helped propel him to victory. >> thank you, new hampshire. sally: for democrats, senator bernie sanders swept to victory, garnering a majority of votes from men, independents, and voters under 45, and a slim majority of women. >> we won because we harnessed the energy and excitement that the democratic party will need to succeed. >> thank you.
finishing second in the democratic primary. >> now, we take this campaign to the entire country. we're gonna fight for every vote in every state. sally: the fight for second among republicans had been much closer. ohio governor john kasich pulled off a last-minute surge to claim the second spot. >> there's magic in the air for this campaign. sally: the rest of the republicans, spinning the results as they push ahead to south carolina. >> it looks like you all reset the race, and for that, i am really grateful. >> tonight, we did not wind up where we wanted to, but that does not change where we will wind up at the end of this process. sally: right now, all of the candidates are saying they are moving on to south carolina. but governor chris christie says he is heading to new jersey to await the final results before forward. reporting from manchester, sally kidd, wyff news 4. michael: thanks, sally. so with the granite state in the
carolina. the first-in-the-south primary is less than 2 weeks away. carol: the gop primary happens on saturday, february 20th, followed by the democratic primary a week later, on february 27th. michael: in georgia, both primaries are on tuesday, march 1st. and in north carolina, both primaries are on tuesday, march 15th. carol: this thursday, wyff 4 is teaming up with the riley institute at furman university, for a commitment 2016 voter focus group with peter hart. this is an exclusive, live-streaming event that will take place in our wyff 4 studios. it will include upstate voters, who will weigh in on the upcoming first-in-the-south presidential primaries. nationally known pollster peter hart works with national news organizations, including chuck todd at nbc news. you can watch this exclusive event on thursday, starting at 7:00 p.m., live-streaming on wyff4.com and our wyff 4 app. michael: as for the focus on the south, donald trump will be in the upstate tomorrow. trump has scheduled a rally at the ted garrison arena in pendleton.
event starts at 7:00. it's free to attend, but you will need to reserve a ticket online to get in. trump will also hold another rally in greenville. that is coming up next monday at the t.d. convention center. carol: marco rubio will also return to the palmetto state tomorrow. he's holding a rally in spartanburg, then heading to columbia. rubio was going to end his day in north charleston, but will instead be heading back to washington for senate business. in his place, south carolina congressman trey gowdy will attend the town hall in north charleston. it's taking place at the north charleston coliseum montague terrace. and today we learned rubio will also be here on sunday, february 14th, for a town hall meeting. it's taking place at easley high school, at 1:30 pm. michael: senator ted cruz will also hold a campaign event in the upstate. the senator himself will not be there. according to his campaign, he has been called back to the senate for a vote, but the rally is still going on without him. his wife mrs. cruz will be there. the rally is taking place at summit pointe in spartanburg. it starts at 5:00 p.m. tomorrow.
event in rock hill. it's called the carolina values summit. cruz and dr. ben carson are expected to speak. it's taking place this coming thursday, between 6:00 and 9:00 at winthrop university. as part of the summit, the candidates will talk about the key issues facing urban america. michael: former governor jeb this week. bush will host a meet-and-greet at mama penn's restaurant on friday. that's on north main street in anderson. that will start at 11:15 in the morning. carol: also ststping by the upstate, jim gilmore. the former governor of virginia will drop by the beacon in spartanburg tomorrow. he'll be there at 1:00 p.m. it's part of a 2-day tour in south carolina. michael: this coming saturday , the latest gop debate will focus a lot of attention on greenville. the final showdown before the republican south carolina primary election on february 20th. the debate will happen at the greenville. the debate starts at 9:00 p.m. carol: a heads-up as you travel this weekend, because of the debate, the city of greenville has closed some roads. as you can see in this map, they are the red lines. broad street from river to main
to murphy street, south laurens street from broad to court street, and court street from main to river street. basically surrounding the peace center. they will be closed from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. on saturday. michael: throughout this election season, you can keep tabs on how many delegates each candidate has won. we have made it easy for you. the delegate tracker on wyff4.com, and the wyff 4 mobile app, are your sources for following the primaries. carol: the son of the reverend billy graham paid a visit to south carolina today. franklin graham encouraged folks to pray, then vote. his stop is a part of his 50-state tour. the theme, "pray, vote, engage." graham hasasot endorsed a candidate. in fact, he resigned from the gop in december, saying he was disgusted by some of the party's actions. michael: two anderson county no. deputies say the owner of a dog that was found shot and emaciated will not face charges. you may remember this dog, a two-year-old boxer "amara." deputies say the owner shot the dog because of her aggressive
her down. but they didn't realize her euthanasia was unsuccessful until the owner saw the dog on the news. officials have decided there would be no criminal charges. amara is currently at boxer butts and other mutts. they are a nonprofit rescue in western north carolina. carol: the widow of state senator clementa pinckney delivered a heartfelt message. it was part of an event called "reflections on charleston." it took place at duke university. jennifer pinckney talked about what life has been like since that fatal day. her husband, as you may recall, was killed during the charleston shooting, back in june of 2015. she, along with two other church pastors, talked about race, and gun control, and forgiveness. >> clemanta ininted a stranger in. you know, he didn't see color, and even though this violent act happened, i think we all have to put god first. carol: dylann roof stands
people, including clementa pinckney. prosecutors will pursue the death penalty against the 21-year-old. jury selection is set to begin july 11th. john: you can see the arctic air in the upper midwest. negative seven in international falls, minnesota. a piece of the arctic air is spreading across our area. the first job of a president is to protect america. our next president must be prepared to lead. i know jeb. i know his good heart and his strong backbone. jeb will unite our country.
he knows how to bring the world together against terror.
michael: welcome back to the latest out of
new hampshire. republican donald trump and democrat bernie sanders have won new hampshire's presidential primaries. carol: with 73 precinct reporting, trump got 34%. 70%. ted cruz and jeb bush, 11%. michael: bernie sanders the winner with 75 precincts reporting, sanders at 60%, clinton 39%. acta the weather that is
in asheville, bitterly cold. relief workers are working hard to help the homeless. carol: wyff news 4's john lyon spent this evening going out with those trying to provide comfort and shelter for the "overnighters." >> and 4 people were sleeping on the cardboard. john: randy gamble and jerry higgs spent this evening scouring ashville, checking benches and highway underpasses, looking for those with no warm place to stay, >> it's actually a sleeping bag, if you all want to zip it open. john: helping those they could, >> we got a blanket and sleeping bag, so i'm just hoping to god we'll get into somewhere. shouldn't nobody be outside tonight. john: and taking others to the asheville-buncombe community christian ministry shelter. on nights like this, abccm uses two vans, making multiple sweeps around the city, trying to get everybody inside. >> we've seen them freeze to death in abandoned buildings and underpasses. we're committed that no one has to freeze to death. john: the ministry provides meals and a warm place to sleep
the overnighters, who come in on a night like tonight, when temperatures are expected to feel like zero and below. >> this place is awesome, to open their arms and doors. they feed you and take you in, and keep you warm. and the next day, you are out, and you go back and do euro thing. -- do your own thing. john: the facility can sleep about 40, and will fill up tonight, along with others in asheville. but nobody will be turned away. >> we talk to each other every night. if one group fills up, and needs us to pick them up from their place for overflow, we will take them. >> i've looked. there wasn't nobody in there. john: so gamble and higgs hit the cold streets, checking the usual spots, bringing the overnighters in from the cold. john lyon, wyff news 4, asheville. michael: you can see the flurries there. a snowing night in the mountains. the wintry weather forced school closings in western north carolina. more than a dozen schools either had a late start today, or were closed.
decided to close, because it would be unsafe for buses or student drivers to travel on icy roads. asheville city schools had a two-hour delay today for the same reason. so far, asheville students have missed three days of school. would have been an optional work day in may. carol: remember, we've got an updated list of school closings and delays on the wyff 4 mobile app. you can download it for free from your app store. >> now, your live super doppler 4 hd weather forecast. john: so far, the only advisories continue for the mountains through western north carolina. until 6:00 tomorrow morning. another interview of snow possible. not a lot. especially in -- another inch or two of snow possible. a couple images possible along the tennessee-north carolina line. the west facing slopes and higher elevations could say -- could see 3-6 inches. a dusting to an inch of snow
mountains. they had snow flurries as far south as atlanta. the wind -- the winter weather advisory goes until 10:00 tomorrow morning. the wind chill advisory goes overnight. in the north georgia mountains, it goes through 10:00 thursday morning. in western north solana, wind chills will be 02 -- zero to -15. it will be reissued at 7:00 tomorrow evening and go until noon thursday. dangerously cold in the mountains of the upstate. with the northwesterly flow, we are looking at snorri -- flurries and snow showers. in the upstate, scattered flurries and snow showers did not amount to much. mainly snow in the mountains. most of the snow is tapering off. still, in the mountains, a few snow showers possible.
upstate and northeastern georgia . for the most part, most snow is becoming more of a northwesterly flow, so it is backed up against the tennessee line into east tennessee, it is snowing in knoxville. the storm reports, over the last 24 hours, the heaviest snow was eight inches on top of mount mitchell. seven inches of snow in maggie valley northwest of waynesville. in medicine -- madison county, six inches in marshall. in live shot from on top of the peace center, partly to mostly cloudy skies. 29 in greenville, 29 in anderson, 28 in toccoa, 21 in asheville, and take thth winds, northwest at 13-60 miles per hour, sustained at 29 miles per hour at -- in boone. that gives us a windchill of negative five in boone, seven in hendersonville, nine in asheville, 16 in toccoa, 19 in anderson.
50% in greenville. 30 three in columbia, 28 in atlanta as the cold air sinks into the deep south. 52 in orlando. the arctic air, this is midnight, it will filter across the area. snow showers will move towards the tennessee line. tomorrow afternoon, everything quiets down. the wind chills, this is overnight tonight. 11:30 this evening. when you wake up tomorrow morning, the wind chill could be -11 in boone, negative two in asheville, nine in clemson and toccoa, five in gainesville, 14 in greenville and spartanburg. 18 the windchill at noon in anderson. single digits if not below zero. bitterly cold. this is six :00 tomorrow evening. dangerously cold. overnight, leftover snow in the upstate. cold wind, low 22. in the mountains, flow -- flurries and snow showers continuing.
tomorrow in the upstate, a cold wind out of the west, high 39. we will hardly warm-up. in the asheville-hendersonville area, scattered flurries leftover. bitterly cold, high 26. we will be lucky to hit 28 at 3:00. the four-day plus, unseasonably cold weather or the remainder of the week. a blast of arctic air comes in over the weekend that may set the stage for a potential winter storm as we get into monday of next week. more about that in days to come. now back to you. michael: potential, he says. carol: we are holding on to that word. michael: cam newton is not apologizing. ricardo: he stands by what he did, defending his actions to the media. we will hear from the signal collar.
carolina. the 24-year head coaching veteran replaces brett turner, who stepped down in december after one season. the super bowl is over, but the talk is still on what happened after the game, particuarly with cam newton, and him walking off the stage in the middle of his postgame press conference. today, the panthers quarterback spoke for the first time since the incident, while he and his teammates were clearing out their lockers at the team facility. newton, defending his actions and not apologizing for walking out on the media. >> i'm human. not once did i say i was perfect. i never proclaimed that i was perfect. but at the end of the day, people pick and do things of that sort. we have all these people that are condemning, and say he should have done this, , that, and the third. but what makes your way right? i've been on record as saying i'm a sore loser, but who likes to lose? show me a good loser, and i'll show you a loser. i'm not here to, it's not a popularity
football games. ricardo: atlanta falcons owner arthur blank says he plans to have surgery for a treatable form of prostate cancer. the 73-year-old, releasing a statement on the team's website today, saying he was diagnosed with the cancer in december, and, quote, "the overall prognosis is good." close quote. i can speak, trust me. south carolina head coach will muschamp will visit the upstate tomorrow night. he will be the guest speaker at the anderson touchdown club's annual awards banquet. the banquest starts at 6:00 at the anderson civic center. clemson head coach brad brownell says his team needs a couple days off just to recuperate. the tigers, coming off a home loss to notre dame last night. the first acc home loss of the season drops the tigers to 7 and 5 in league play. >> we just didn't quite have it. we got in a shootout tonight with a team with a bigger gun and more bullets. and that's just not how we are going to beat them. we need to take a couple of days, and rest, and
just have to get our minds right again, also. ricardo: clemson hosts georgia tech on saturday. north carolina suffered a scare against boston college and a scare with roy williams. the tar heels head coach collapses near the bench. he would be helped back to the locker room. williams has battled vertigo over the years. they say he's ok. steve robinson, assistant coach, taking over for williams. hitting the jumper, a team-high 20. unc survives south carolina will , 68-65. battle for first place in the s.e.c. on wednesday night, hosting first place lsu.
the gamecocks riding momentum after knocking off 8th ranked texas a&m on the road on saturday. >> you feel so proud of your guys, and you feel good, and you think, we have this figured out. and you wake up yesterday morning, and you're like, ok, let's get some coffee, let me put this computer on, and you
blakeney and quarterman and hornsby, and you're like, "my god,
what do we do?" ricardo: what will they do? the gamecocks will try to figure out something at 7:00. carol: i guess he got around to breakfast. the first job of a president is to protect america. our next president must be prepared to lead. i know jeb. i know his good heart and his strong backbone. jeb will unite our country. he knows how to bring the world together against terror. he knows when tough measures must be taken.
to counter generations of neglect. we have to face up to the hard truth of injustice and systemic racism. i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. sanders have won new hampshire's presidential michael: a quick read cap -- recap, trump and sanders won the new hampshire primaries. carol: trumka 34%, john kasich him in second with 60%, ted cruz 11%, tied with jeb bush. michael: on the democratic side, sanders 60%, clinton 39%. carol: our coverage continues all night on wyff4.com and our mobile app.